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Etihad is offering a 20% discount on all flights originating in the US that are booked and depart the US by January 31, 2017. To take advantage of the offer you need to use Promotion code USA2017. Your return date is flexible.
- Offer valid from through January 31, 2017
- Travel dates: outbound leg completed by January 31, 2017, return leg anytime 2017
- Travel valid from all US online cities on Etihad.com
- Use Promo code USA2017 when making your booking
How it Works
To take advantage of the special offer all you need to do is head over to Etihad.com, and search for your desired flight. Remember your departure date must be before January 31, 2017, and don’t forget to enter the Promotion code USA2017.
Once you have completed your selection and pressed the search button, the next page will display the results for your dates and fare classes. Fares eligible for the discount will have a yellow star in the top left hand of the corner of the fare box.
One thing to note is that the promotion only applies to Economy and Business class fares. First class fares are excluded from the promotion.
At this point you still cannot see exactly how much of a discount you will be receiving; however, once you have selected your outbound and return journeys, the total fare along with any applicable discount will be displayed on the right-hand side of your screen.
A 20% off sale is something to take a look at. Yes, you may find a better fare elsewhere, but this is at least worth a look. Remember, you need to book at Etihad.com to use promotion code USA2017.
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